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Fellers was an unusual army officer with interesting connections.
Bonner Fellers was a cousin of Terry's American wife, Gwen Harold, who came from a long line of Quakers.
In short, Fellers and Terasaki were part of a network of Quaker and near-Quakers that reached from Herbert Hoover at one end deep into the imperial palace at the other, to the personal entourage of Hirohito's mother, Dowager Empress Sadako, and other members of the imperial family.
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  Bonner Fellers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bonner Frank Fellers (1896 - 1973), during World War II, was a Colonel who served as the USA military attaché to Cairo, Egypt.
He was recalled to the United States when it became known that, possibly due to negligence on his part and that of the American consulate, the Italians were intercepting and passing on all British intelligence that he obtained to Colonel-General Erwin Rommel.
One of the main actors in the cover-up of Hiro Hito's criminal responsibility, Fellers had contact with over forty war criminals jailed in the Sugamo prison.
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 Nazi Gold: The Emperor's Golden Lily
Fellers was a former OSS agent attached to MacArthur’s command who had been stationed in Cairo in 1941.
Fellers was friends with both and had acquired a reputation of being an expert on Japan.
Behind the scenes, MacArthur and Fellers were castigating anyone not falling in line with the opinion that the war was the fault of the military.
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 Far Outliers
During their initial reunion meetings, Fellers spoke frankly of his urgent concern to prove that no grounds existed for holding the emperor responsible for the Pearl Harbor attack.
With Kawai acting as his consultant and collaborator, Fellers was soon put into contact with her acquaintance, Sekiya Teizaburô, the high palace official who, since late Taishô, had played a leading role as a liaison between the court and government ministries.
In their view the principles of psychological warfare that Fellers had implemented in the Battle of the Philippines and elsewhere were solidly correct.
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 FTR#426—Return of the Rising Sun, Part II—(One 30-minute segment) (Sources are noted in parentheses
Herbert Hoover had earlier warned [MacArthur aide] Bonner Fellers that the State Department was sending ‘a bunch of communists’ to Tokyo, along with some ‘fellow travelers.’ At the time Fellers was very busy suborning General Tojo and other key witnesses.
During this whole period, Hoover continued to lead MacArthur to believe that he had a serious chance of being nominated as the Republican presidential candidate or, at the very least vice-president.
One of the few statesmen who had tried to talk Hirohito into seeking an early peace, and who had earlier volunteered to go to Switzerland to arrange secret peace talks, Prince Konoe now was flballed by the Americans and hounded to despair in a vicious campaign of backbiting and innuendo.
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 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-27)
In Sept. 1945, the U.S. Senate passed a resolution that Hirohito be brought to trial.
Fellers could have been informed by Joseph Grew, U.S. ambassador to Japan (1931-41), who had advised keeping the emperor as a symbol of national unity.
He argued that the emperor was the living symbol of the race in whom lay the virtue of their ancestors.
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Bonner F. Fellers; the only medical officer attached to the group was Colonel Smith.
Bonner F. Fellers, for the Chief of Staff, 25 July 1944.
Bonner F., GSC, General Headquarters, Southwest Pacific Area: Tentative Plan for Civil Affairs in the Philippines, 22 Sept. 1944.
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 Larry Hancock: Someone Would Have Talked - The Education Forum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-27)
About Robert J Morris and Bonner Fellers, and Annie Vonsiatsky, and Ray Cline and Jim Angleton and Major G. Racey Johnson and Dr. Edward Brainwashing Hunter all the other Cold War Warriors who were ex-McCarthyites and ex-MacArthurites.
His point man in Cairo, Egypt was Maj Gen Bonner Fellers who LEAKED Montgomery's every move to Rommell.
Check it out man. Fellers was Gen Pedro del Valles buddy and both were closet Nazi sympathizers along with Stratemeryer and Wedemeyer and that whole McCarthy crowd including YAF and the John Birch Society.
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 fellers - OneLook Dictionary Search
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 Truman Library - Joseph L. Rauh, Jr. Oral History Interview   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-27)
RAUH: Willoughby was G-2; [Major General Stephen A.] Chamberlain was G-3, that's for operations; [Brigadier General] Bonner Fellers, who later was a public right-winger, one of those Birchers, was G-1.
There wasn't any question that he, Bonner Fellers, was interpreting MacArthur's views, that MacArthur hated Roosevelt.
You should have seen Feller's face when he walked in to report to his staff, in G-1, what had happened there.
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 The United States PSYOP Organization in the Pacific During World War II
Perhaps the most telling report of the real enmity between the rival organizations was when Psywar Chief General Bonner Fellers submitted a plan for secret operations against Japan.
Fellers believed that the purpose of psychological warfare was 'to further the military effort by weakening the fighting spirit of the enemy and thus hasten Japan's decision to surrender'."
As executive officer, Greene implemented Feller's plans and policies, supervised administration, and coordinated the work of the three section chiefs and the field units.
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 nobs: American Caesar
Whether he would be as adroit with Eisenhower's generals, not to mention Ike himslef, was another matter.
441}...One of his first acts, he told Bonner Fellers, would be to give women the vote.
"The japanese men won't like it," said Fellers, and indeed, as events would prove, many of them regarded it worse than sexual assauly.
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 Philip J. Corso
In 1963-64 Corso and Willoughby were part of a secret rightwing group, the "Shickshinny Knights of Malta" (so called after their headquarters in Shickshinny, Pennsylvania, to distinguish them from the more famous Roman Catholic Sovereign Military Order of Malta based in Rome).
The group provided a home to dissident retired military officers dissatisfied with the CIA's internationalism, many of them, like Willoughby and General Bonner Fellers, veterans of the old Hunt-MacArthur-Pawley coalition in the early 1950s.
By 1963 the group's leading asset in their anti-CIA propaganda was a Polish intelligence defector, Michael Goleniewski, who had claimed to audiences inside and outside the CIA that the Agency penetrated by the KGB at a high level.
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 Sterling Seagrave: The Yamato Dynasty
I can't be sure of this because I gave up the practice when I realized that the really interesting stuff was never supported by a source I knew and trusted.
As one small example, they quote what seems to me an entirely reasonable memo by Bonner Fellers, presenting the case for not trying the emperor Hirohito as a war criminal.
Then they darken it by calling Fellers "one of the exorcists carefully put into place by Joe Grew and Herbert Hoover." Oh, that all-powerful, ever-present VRWC!
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 Hoover and Truman - Introduction by Richard Norton Smith   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-27)
After Truman fired Douglas MacArthur for insubordination in the spring of 1951, Hoover was quick to enter the fray.
Telephoning Bonner Fellers, once among the general's closest aides, more recently a mainstay of the Republican National Committee, the former president instructed him to get MacArthur on the phone and tell him to fly back home as soon as possible, lest his stateside enemies smear him beyond recognition.
Fellers carried out the assignment, convincing the MacArthurs to abandon their original plan to return by boat.
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 Building a New japan Introduction
Incidentally, the Embassy was not far from the Imperial Palace, and the office we found for him, one of the few undamaged buildings of Marunouchi, the Dai-Ichi Insurance Building, overlooked the Palace.
Fellers arranged for me to live at the Embassy and to ride to and from the office every day with MacArthur in his rather battered car, the best the Japanese could come up with until MacArthur's pre-war car from the Philippines could be located and sent up to Japan.
Fellers said I should carry arms, in case of an attack on MacArthur, and said, "Don't ask the Old Man about whether you should bear arms or not when you're with him.
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 Wings for Peace: a Primer for a New Defense - FELLERS, BONNER   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-27)
Wings for Peace: a Primer for a New Defense - FELLERS, BONNER
FELLERS, BONNER Wings for Peace: a Primer for a New Defense
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 The Great Tokyo Air Raid - An Enormous War Crime   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-27)
But he was duly relieved of his duty as ineffectual and replaced by LeMay.
And LeMay, switching from high explosives to incendiaries, went on to carry out what Gen. Douglas MacArthur's aide, Brigadier Gen. Bonner Fellers, called "one of the most ruthless and barbaric killings of noncombatants in all history."
Equally important, the victors of World War II did not just expand the definition of "war crimes," but introduced the new concepts of "crimes against peace" and "crimes against humanity." And these ideas have gained support in recent years.
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